- File Size: 639 KB
- Print Length: 252 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Markee Anderson; 1 edition (August 19, 2010)
- Publication Date: August 19, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004089EH8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,445,421 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Love Means Nothin' Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Both she, and John Spencer, tennis champ, are running away from the present and past. He is no longer keen to be a tennis star, and she is trying to escape child abuse as best she can. From the first sentence, I loved them both. Her best friend's getting married and she's arrived in Manhattan for it. Then, well, as a fight breaks out in a restaurant and one man lands on their table, as this stranger, John, escorts her expertly out of the way....we are assured of an adroit writer who handles plot, dialog, place and time perfectly. And we are assured he is THE one. There is love burgeoning and blood is spilled. Ms. Anderson has taken us to Technicolor New York. The greatest place in the universe. And it is endearing, and I found myself feeling so happy. Like sitting in a park on a sunny summer afternoon, reading a smile of a book that is spun in complex startlements and revelations of personhoods and a clearness of past, so things can be seen honestly and away from hurt. No clockwork plot or characters who seem hemmed in by plot points and, as she writes, the need to get one, say, on a subway, at just the right moment, they also have breath and life. Wealth, papparazzi, cheesecake for a greeting card store, Dickensian relationship mix ups, and a swirling world of wonder right there in your hands. As mixed up as I make it seem, she makes it clear as day. And they live all on their own as well. Get a copy and take a run into joy. Excellent job.
The hero/heroine were likable characters
What I didn't like:
too many people did things that I just couldn't buy - bridesmaid, hero's mother, people in West Virginia
(trying not to spoil anything).
I'm still open to reading more from this author.
For the price (.99), it is totally worthwhile.
Just not as good as other stories.